The goal of company-provided training is to improve performance and, ultimately, business results. But in order to achieve this, employee training must change behavior.
On September 7, @shrmnextchat chatted with Worday's Director of Learning Product Strategy, James Cross @jamesrcross about HR Technology -- Transforming the Way We Learn at Work.
In case you missed this informative chat, you can read all the tweets here:
Learning management systems—the wet blanket of our working lives. They often stifle the real-world buzz and excitement that should be associated with learning. The majority of today’s learning management systems (LMSs) are transactional, back-end, compliance-driven platforms that people visit only when required by HR.
A major cultural shift that has changed the way we work has also changed the way we learn at work. Workplace learning is now social, mobile, micro and on-demand.
New, more collaborative trends are driving innovation in learning technology as organizations place a higher priority on the integration of talent management and on learning to increase engagement and retention.